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  • MJdent Level 1 (0 points)

    Worked very well, much thanks Ron!

  • Chris Bast Level 1 (0 points)

    Awesome ! It worked for me too !

    Thanks a lot dude

  • ttomasz Level 1 (0 points)

    works for me, thank you marianmi :-)

  • jkschirmer Level 1 (0 points)

    For those of you still having problems after you enter the command lines and log out and back in, make sure 'Tap to click' is enabled as well as 'Seconday click'. This solved my issue.

     

    Macbook Pro 4,1 trackpad right-click

  • FlutePixzy Level 1 (0 points)

    Maxym, thanks for the post. There seems to be a lot of us with early 2008 MacBook Pros having this problem. But I have a different twist on this.

     

    I upgraded to Lion the day it came out. All features worked including the right-click by selecting it in system preferences - trackpad. I had no problems until my logic board failed last week (nVidia issue). Apple replaced the board for free but when I got my computer back from the Apple store the right-click wouldn't stay ON.

     

    I put in a call to the Apple store two days ago to find out what they did aside from replacing the logic board but no one has returned my call. I'm left to imagine that they reinstalled Lion from a disk that is different from the upgrade in the App Store.

     

    In any case, your workaround works perfectly. I just take issue with having to do workarounds when features should work otherwise. Especially when there are so many of us experiencing the same issue.

     

    For this resolution, you should automatically be elevated to level 10!

  • thomash1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I was having the same problem on my Early 2008 macbook pro 15" 4,1. The secondary click stopped working after I deselected by accident and tried re-selecting withou success. Apple just pushed out a lion update  10.7.2 and now it is working fine.

  • doug526 Level 1 (0 points)

    Any admins know if there is a way to push this setting to every client on my network via an MCX?  I tried adding the plist to workgroup manager and setting the Clicking and TrackpadRightClick keys to "true", applied it to a user group AND a computer group, and it still wouldn't take on my 10.6 Macbook Pro's...

  • doug526 Level 1 (0 points)

    Any admins know if there is a way to push this setting to every client on my network via an MCX?  I tried adding the plist to workgroup manager and setting the Clicking and TrackpadRightClick keys to "true", applied it to a user group AND a computer group, and it still wouldn't take on my 10.6 Macbook Pro's...

  • a_hosney Level 1 (0 points)

    which utility

    mavrick

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